A series of public lectures on various topics by digital photography pioneer Stephen Johnson

Photographic Composition
Thursday evening, March 3, 2005, 7-10pm

Stephen Johnson Studios & Gallery
Pacifica, California.

What makes a good photograph? Why do we point the camera in one direction instead of another when the subject matter might be very similar? Why does a photographer take so damn long to make a photograph? These and other such "compositional" questions will be discussed in this lecture on photographic composition.

There will no be rules of composition propagated here, but explorations and suggestions. A good nuts and bolts evening for improving your photographs.A question and answer period will conclude the evening.

This illustrated talk is part of a monthly series of lectures at his Pacifica California Studio.

Admission: $45. $10 of admission price can be applied to any purchase over $50 during the evening.

RSVP is required as seating is limited. Event occurs rain or shine, refunds with one week prior notice only if your seat is filled. 650 355-7507 or email michelle@sjphoto.com

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